California is pleased to partner with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency under the Climate Pollution Reduction Grants Program (CPRG Program) in our shared fight against the climate crisis. California will develop a Priority Climate Action Plan (by March 2024), a Comprehensive Climate Action Plan (by mid-2025), and a Status Report (by mid-2027). For each, California State agencies will leverage and build upon the State's substantial climate planning work, such as the 2022 Scoping Plan Update and other emerging climate and clean energy reports currently being developed. In addition, the State will rely on the unique climate contributions of partners such as tribal nations located within California, metropolitan statistical areas, cities, air districts, low-income and disadvantaged communities, and the public. In addition, California will look to coordinate CPRG funding with other potential federal funding sources made possible by the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) and the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) and other legislation.
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Coordinating funding applications under the Climate Pollution Reduction Grants Program (CPRG)